South Dakota/Major roads/Main
According to the South Dakota Department of Transportation, Functional Classification is described as the following.
Functional classification refers to the type of service each particular road provides the traveling public.
The easiest resource to use for Functional Classification data in South Dakota is the South Dakota DOT Map Viewer and Data Download site.
The chart below is available to relate South Dakota Functional Classification to Waze Road Types.
State Road Reference Chart
|SD FC Value||FC||Qualifier||Corresponding Waze Road Type||Example|
|Principal Arterial - Other Freeways and Expressways||Controlled-access highway||[None]|
|Principal Arterial - Other||Non-controlled-access highway||US-81|
|Major or Urban Collector||None||W 18th St|
|Paved Urban Minor Collector||None||CR-102|
|Unpaved Urban Minor Collector and Street||None|
South Dakota currently observes the following minimum lock levels for Waze road types:
(MH) - 3
(mH) - 3
(PS) - 2
- i.e. a ramp connected to a Freeway is locked at 5, a ramp serving a Major Highway, multi-level intersection is locked at 3, etc.
All others - 1
Note: These are minimums and, for protection, certain segments may be at higher lock levels. Locks should be applied after the segments are correct. Remember you are putting your name on it, make sure it is correct.
South Dakota will use the following standards for naming:
Interstates - I-xx
US Highways - US-xx
State Highways - SD-xxx
County Highways - CR-xxx (Only if they have no other name)